The Daily Word in cops, green chile and "Breaking Bad"
Read ace reporter Barron Jones' report on embattled Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz’s retirement and succeeding Interim Chief Allen Banks.
Schultz is under fire for stating that physically fit, young and good-looking officers' extramarital affairs with their colleagues are examples of "nature at play."
"Hero" cop Dawne Roberto's lawyer, John D'Amato, contends that Roberto's firing was based on her connections to Eye on Albuquerque, a local blog that's highly critical of Mayor Berry and APD brass. The police union plans to appeal her dismissal for alleged violation of the department's social media policy.
Our beloved green chile is named most iconic American food in a survey conducted by 10best.com aka USA Today's travel division.
Boing Boing hypes Burqueño watch parties for the final [sobs] season premiere of "Breaking Bad." Get all the "Watching Bad" deets here. And Marble Brewery announces a BrBa brew, an India Black Ale called Heisenberg's Dark.
And last but not least, scope our yummy, nutritious and oh-so-refreshing Summer Dining Guide, y'all.
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